1. Fernando Palma Rodriguez in Retrospect

    Date 15 Jan 2018
    Reconciling Identity and Medium at the MACO by Anya Kowalchuk Guex Liu Kuu Ñunro Totalhuan (Our Land), is the first retrospective exhibit for artist Fernando Palma Rodriguez. Hailing from Atocpan-San Pedro, Mexico, Palma Rodriguez has amassed a large body of work, predominantly relating to modern capitalism, its environmental ramifications and…

  2. 5 Galleries to Visit for a Study Break

    Date 01 Dec 2017
    by Hannah Nashman It is end-of-term crunch time! Everyone is scrambling to get their final essays and projects done before beginning the daunting task of exam prep. However, we still need to take the occasional break during this busy time of year or maybe offer ourselves a reward for completing an…

  3. Podcasts about Art

    Date 28 Nov 2017
    by Mariah Lamont-Lennox Source: The Artsy Podcast, No. 54: Petra Collins and Marilyn Minter Talk Feminism and Horror Flicks. It seems like just about everyone is listening to podcasts these days, and for good reason - there are so many great ones out there! Unsurprisingly for an Art History student, I…

  4. The Joy of Being

    Date 27 Nov 2017
    A Retrospective on Bob Ross’ Status in the Art World by Tara Allen Flanagan When thinking of famous painters, Bob Ross may not immediately come to mind. He wasn’t born hundreds of years ago, his career isn’t steeped controversy, and his works are not the type to be the subject…

  5. Peep Into the World of HydroFlora: sustainable systems, demystifying hydroponics and why you should care

    Date 23 Nov 2017
    by Aimée Tian HydroFlora is a Montréal-based community of social entrepreneurs that focuses on sustainable development through hydroponic solutions. They describe themselves as an organization that dedicates time to researching sustainable alternatives to intensive farming practices and promoting civic engagement through educational workshops with all members of the community. Currently, they

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